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Travel Blogs from West Columbia
... lonely. We went to walmart with our new friend Lucy who studies here. I already had my sheets so I bought a matress topper because the bed is some weird plastic thing you'd expect to find in a caravan park. I bought some food, a washing basket and some detergent.
After that Lucy dropped us back to our dorms and I begun washing all my clothes from New York. I have to pay $1.25 in quarters for the washer and a $1.25 in quarters for the ...
... red highlighted the street scape. Don't know what specie but not eucalyptus even though the smooth trunk reminded us of just those type of trees. Lots to look at from stunning street lamps with flickering flames, to topiary, great doors, window shutters, pastel coloured facades and just enormous southern mansions intermingled with smaller wooden houses. Just great and so unlike any other American city. And no way you could ave ben any where else in ...
... in 1930 or so. A bit like in Australia where a 100 year old building is deemed historical but not so interesting for us who have seen a lot older stuff and the surrounds were quite ordinary too with just open fields and trees. Sa elks from a distance but no beers! Cars drove at a snail's pace which was highly annoying. A one way loop with pull outs only. No over taking possible. Weather grey and chilly but no rain. In summer one ...
... around some. We went by the State House and looked at the statues/graves/monuments surrounding it. Once we walked through that all and had seen some of the more historic parts of the downtown where General Sherman marched through, we walked down and up and around Main Street. At this point we were starving and went for a late lunch at Mellow Mushroom at about 2 in the afternoon. This was a long lunch though with ...
... to Columbia proper, the first time I'd had a chance to see it. She showed me the University of South Carolina, where she went. It was funny to see that university campus roads and parks look the same in any country, it looked the same as mine. From there we drove out to the outskirts and we found a restaurant for dinner. We picked it almost at random, and lucked out. Pearlz turned out to have one free booth, the last one that happened without a wait for it, and we got ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking